- Mr. William Warda participate in training meetings on immigration levels within the framework of the research alliance and coordination mechanism
- The University of Glasgow Caledonian University oversees these meetings, which included 25 researchers
- Participants receive training on Nvivo software to develop research work
In the framework of periodic meetings and trainings held by the Research Alliance, which consists of (14) international research institutions, Mr. William Warda, Public Relations Officer of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, participated in the regular training meetings of the Research Alliance and coordination mechanism held in the British city of Glasgow for the period from 24 to 27 May 2018 , was supervised by Glasgow Caledonian University as part of the project to respond the study of multi-level migration and its impact on Europe and beyond.
Twenty five researches attended the workshop from various institutions and universities which started with training on the Nvivo software for advanced research work.
The workshop also witnessed training on the review of questionnaires on interviews at the micro and intermediate levels At the micro level, follow-up interviews were conducted in three countries and the experience faced by the researchers. The guidelines for research and identification of samples for research in many countries at the micro and intermediate level and coding document analysis, as well as ethical applications, self-interest strategies and data management plan.
It is to be mentioned that Mr. William Warda is the head of the Iraqi research team involved in the implementation of research responsibility within the framework of the alliance including the international universities of Cambridge, Uppsala, Glasgow, University of Copenhagen, Warsaw and others to carry out a response project on the study of multi-level migration and its impact on Europe and beyond. As part of the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization's obligations under the research alliance mentioned above, Mr. Warda participated in a conference in Prague last year on immigration and the special human rights addresses of citizens in the Middle East, in this context, it emphasizes the need to adopt the basic humanitarian and moral margin to deal with this issue.